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the_lyfe_scholar It's times like this when i wish my spirit would go back to sleep. #reflection It's a gift to be able to feel and have a deeper level of understanding but the curse is being stuck with the people who refuse to wake up or just find bliss in their ignorance so they refuse to acknowledge what they know is true or change because of the false sense of comfort #FactsOfLyfe most people aren't as stupid as they seem they're just in denial or refuse to care #SadButTrue 52min
  •   alpha_the_god This is so true I go through this in the we hours of the morning. When I do my prayers and meditations....I learned that when it comes to those kind of people you have to let them to discover it on their own. As much as we may love and care if talking doesn't get to them...then experience will. That's words from my #spiritguides 44min
  •   the_lyfe_scholar @alpha_the_god That's true to an extent. Think about how many of the world's problems go unresolved because people won't speak up about. Shit how many families are divided because everyone has a biased opinion of each other but refuses to dig deeper to resolve the problem so it continues . If we keep on waiting sometimes nothing happens, that's like praying with putting in an effort to get what you prayed for. The way will be made but its up to us to walk it out 35min
  •   alpha_the_god Amen to that bro. Though we may be the ones to speak up and to dig deeper in the end the ones who we approach must be as willing and determine to fix it and to make the paths clear. It's sad that that's what us conscious people must go through in life. Seeing and trying to awaken people to it so that together the problems can be resolved but instead results into heartache and at times separation or even death. Smh oh what needless pains we bare... 26min
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  •   the_lyfe_scholar @alpha_the_god you ain't lying bout that bruh. But more will die and things will never change if we don't speak up. That's partially why i post what i post #eachoneteachone .thing is everyone atleast if i reach someone they can reach someone else. Some ppl won't like me even if i speak the truth but that's ok if i can plant a seed in the right person the message will still be passed along. Everyone won't be saved so we just gotta talk to those willing to listen and they'll talk to those willing to listen and so on and so forth #AtleastThatsWhatLyfeHasTaughtMe 17min
  •   the_lyfe_scholar Sad shit most people won't even read all this. Some will understand, some won't but #ThatsLyfe 16min
  •   the_lyfe_scholar @elena.juarez.1291 thanks for taking the time out to read this #ThanksForGrowingWithMe #ThatsLove 14min
  •   elena.juarez.1291 I had to.....I could relate 6min

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mrsnswilliams Happy Kwanzaa y'all! repost via from @blackrva
Kwanzaa Day 1! #umoja #unity Imagine if we truly applied the principles in our lives.  #EachOneTeachOne #buildYourMindItsImportant #TeacherLife #CharacterEducationStartsAtHome #ItTakesAVillage
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sensiblysutpid #repost via @morufubabatunde: #BLACKHISTORY
#RIZE #BLACKOUT #knowthyself #EACHONETEACHONE #MESSAGE #STAMPED #SIGNED #SEALED #DELIVERED
Weaver, Rufus Jack
Birth Year : 1927
Death Year : 2008
Weaver was one of the very few African American men from Kentucky to serve on a Navy submarine during WWII. He joined the Navy in 1945 and first served on "R-1." He was chief steward when he retired from the Navy in 1965. Rufus married Margurite in 1965 and the Weaver Family lived in New London, CT. In 1968, Rufus Weaver invented a stair-climbing wheelchair, U.S. patent # 3,411,598. Rufus Jack Weaver was born in Louisville, KY, the son of Jennie Washington Weaver and George Weaver. Jennie was born in Alabama and her parents were from Georgia. She died February 9, 1929, when Rufus was two years old; the family was living at the rear of 1414 S. 10th Street in Louisville, KY, according to Jennie Weaver's death certificate. Rufus Weaver was raised by his father for a few years, then lived in a detention home before living with his grandparents for a couple of years until his father got out of jail. At the age of 14, Rufus Weaver struck out on his own.
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wassydassybagsandaccessories ... Habari Gani? What's the word?
UMOJA (OO-MOH-JAH) UNITY

Today is the 1st day of Kwanzaa, where we celebrate Umoja, the 1st of seven principles of African Heritage called NGUZO SABA. ----------------------- Umoja means unity.Unity stresses the importance of togetherness for the family and the community, which is reflected in the African saying, "I am We," or "I am because We are."---------------------- Unity is strength. Separation is weakness.
The fist can do more damage than a finger. We can do more together than apart.

IF you want to go fast, go alone,
But IF you want to go far, go together--- African Proverb
How will you maintain Umoja in your life?

#WassyDassyTeam #EachOneTeachOne #befree #holistic #givethanks #positivethinking #neverforget #EricGarner #OneLove #naturalhairjourney #lifestyle #naturalhaircommunity #familyfirst #qotd #Ghana #514 #Toronto #Mtl #indiebusiness #familybusiness #montrealbloggers #AfricanInspired #TeamAfrica #habarigani #umoja #unity #nguzosaba #kwanzaa #AfricanCulture #supportblackbusiness
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benjaminbigbucks Habari Gani!! #HappyKwanzaa Everybody!!! Today is the first day of Kwanzaa. We celebrate Kwanzaa because it honors African heritage in African-American culture. It give us a time to reflect on ourselves, our families, our culture, past & finances! With such RICH culture we MUST remember to teach and carry on our traditions for our generations to come! #Kwanzaa #Unity #Traditions #Celebrate #BlackisBeautiful #Family #Culture #BlackUnity #AfricanAmerican #AfricanHistory #BlackHistory #EachOneTeachOne 2h

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kluvii By @knero_ (I like this)
#Repost from @rockdaviscom Just saying:
King Tut was darker than coal. In those times the darker you were the more you were worshipped, because the darkest people can channel energy through the sun with their #melanin. They could speak and communicate without talking. Europeans were aware that the Darkest of men were worshipped so they wanted the darkest people to be the most condemned. & that's why today the darkest people are treated the cruelest & belittled. Because in the beginning they were the most worshipped beings on Earth. #KnowThySelf #Blackconsciousness #BlackHistory #EachOneTeachOne #Africans #kings #kingshit
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almishamc Repost from @blackrebellifestyle By @consciouskingdom
Kwanzaa is a Pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community, and culture. Celebrated annually from December 26th thru January 1st, - Kwanzaa seeks to enforce a connectedness to African cultural identity, provide a focal point for the gathering of African peoples, and to reflect upon the Nguzo Saba, or the seven principles. People of all religious faiths and backgrounds practice Kwanzaa.
#ConsciousKingdom will celebrate & provide info on all principles & practices - #EachOneTeachOne - many have stated they have never celebrated or have knowledge of the 7 principles - but have a tree filled with ornaments as we type - however don't discourage , simply enlighten - join us ! are you celebrating ? #knowthyself
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knero_ #Repost from @rockdaviscom Just saying:
King Tut was darker than coal. In those times the darker you were the more you were worshipped, because the darkest people can channel energy through the sun with their #melanin. They could speak and communicate without talking. Europeans were aware that the Darkest of men were worshipped so they wanted the darkest people to be the most condemned. & that's why today the darkest people are treated the cruelest & belittled. Because in the beginning they were the most worshipped beings on Earth. #KnowThySelf #Blackconsciousness #BlackHistory #EachOneTeachOne #Africans #kings #kingshit
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blackrebellifestyle By @consciouskingdom
Kwanzaa is a Pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community, and culture. Celebrated annually from December 26th thru January 1st, - Kwanzaa seeks to enforce a connectedness to African cultural identity, provide a focal point for the gathering of African peoples, and to reflect upon the Nguzo Saba, or the seven principles. People of all religious faiths and backgrounds practice Kwanzaa.
#ConsciousKingdom will celebrate & provide info on all principles & practices - #EachOneTeachOne - many have stated they have never celebrated or have knowledge of the 7 principles - but have a tree filled with ornaments as we type - however don't discourage , simply enlighten - join us ! are you celebrating ? #knowthyself
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pyramidbooks Habari Gani!! #HappyKwanzaa on behalf of everyone over at #PyramidBooks follow along with us over the next few days as we share the gift of #Kwanzaa with you all!! #HappyHolidays #Umoja 3h

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pyramidbooks #HappyKwanzaa Everyone!! Today is the first day of Kwanzaa!! Today we celebrate the principal of #Umoja which is swahili for #Unity. We kick off Kwanzaa by lightning the first candke which is the Black candle. The black candle-represents and is symbolic of the people. The lesson is that we light the black candle first to reinforce the value of making our family a priority. 3h

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rockdaviscom Just saying:
King Tut was darker than coal. In those times the darker you were the more you were worshipped, because the darkest people can channel energy through the sun with their melanin. They could speak and communicate without talking. Europeans were aware that the Darkest of men were worshipped so they wanted the darkest people to be the most condemned. & that's why today the darkest people are treated the cruelest & belittled. Because in the beginning they were the most worshipped beings on Earth. #KnowThySelf #Blackconsciousness #BlackHistory #EachOneTeachOne
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  •   wallz We been Kings people need to do their research we are the strongest and most intelligent keep dropping the jewels 2h
  •   imlenadanielle I wish all black ppl knew the truth about themselves. If they all knew we would be a much more stronger race today. We taught them (Europeans) how to live. 2h
  •   baby_thuggg It was also seen that the darker the skin the more superior because the skin could withstand the sun whereas European skin burned. 1h
  •   belinda19742001 Knowledge is Power... 1h
  •   xpressingit Preach! African Kings 53min

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2h jwubsu
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jwubsu Today is the first day of #Kwanzaa, an which we celebrate the principal #Umoja which is swahili for #Unity!! Today we light the black candle. The black candle-represents and is symbolic of the people. The lesson is that we light the black candle first to reinforce the value of making our family a priority. Again #HappyKwanzaa 2h

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